Good News for Elementary and High-School Science Teachers!
The Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA) wishes to encourage tomorrow’s scientists by supporting today’s students in developing and nurturing an interest in science.
By providing science experiment materials/equipment to elementary and secondary schools through our Youth Exploring Science program, QFHSA hopes to encourage science activities proposed by science educators.
We are extending an invitation to science teachers to propose a science activity they would like to conduct with their students in the 2022-2023 school year and submit it to us. The chosen proposals will receive up to $1000 in equipment/materials with which to conduct the experiment/activity, be it a Rocket or Entomology Clubs, Horticulture or Physical Dynamics activities. Looking for inspiration? Read how three high schools used their grants below.
Teachers know best what activities will interest their students the most. We look forward to playing a role in getting your students excited about science.
Questions? Please get in touch with the program’s director, Carol Meindl. Telephone: 514-481-5619 or E-mail: email@example.com
Two Ways to Apply
You are invited to apply for your grant online or by mail. In your grant proposal, you will need to write a description and outline of the project, the number of students likely to be involved, and provide a detailed list of equipment/materials required for the project. Bear in mind the possibility of material needed to be worked with in students’ homes should lockdowns be imposed again.
To apply online:
Use this link:
To apply by mail:
Download these two forms:
Mail your completed forms as soon as possible to:
Carol Meindl, Youth Exploring Science
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations
3285 Cavendish Blvd, Suite 560
Montreal, QC H4B 2L9